There is an aspect of our lives that God sees, and that is the tears we have cried.
There is a place for tears and for moments of grief and sadness.
But the Lord comes, in His own gentle way, to lift us up and restore us.
Weeping may last for the night, but He brings joy in the morning. Expect it!
Prayer: Lord, You know the tears I have cried and the burdens I have carried. You know each and every one, and I know that You will come and bring restoration to every area over which I have been so concerned. Amen.
Have you ever wished that someone would just look up and see what you are facing?
The Lord wants to bring people into your life who will lift the load and help you.
The Lord will bring those into your life who will speak blessing over you.
I speak blessing over you: ‘May God be gracious to you, my friend.’
Prayer: Lord, I receive Your blessing and favour spoken over my life. Thank You that You will bring the right people into my life who will help, guide and protect me, in Your name. Amen.
The Lord wants you to know and experience His favour on your life.
His face is looking upon you, and it’s filled with His love and mercy for you.
He longs to be gracious and kind in demonstrating His love towards you.
Receive it, receive it and know His grace and favour on your life!
Prayer: Lord, let Your light, the light of Your face, come and shine on me. May I know Your favour and Your gracious love and kindness, in and on my life. Amen.
When we engage with God, everything about us begins to change.
We may not even be aware of it, but we change in ways that others can see.
The issue is that we need to spend time with the Lord and engage with Him.
He will bring about the change in our lives, and make us a blessing to others.
Prayer: Lord, thank You for the change You bring in my life. I ask that You will cause Your face to shine upon me so that I will reflect Your light and hope to those around me. Amen.
People can be very quick to judge, accuse and condemn us.
But we have One who does not accuse or condemn us.
He comes alongside us and says: ‘I do not condemn you!’
So we can rejoice, and we can walk in the great freedom the Lord gives us.
Prayer: Lord, thank You that You did not come to this world to condemn us, but You came to bring and give us life. I declare that You are my life-giver and my life-source. Amen.